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A Non-Lethal Playthrough May Not Be Possible in Watch Dogs: Legion

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Despite boasting a wide array of non-lethal weapons, beating Watch Dogs: Legion as a pacifist may not be possible.

In an interview with Twinfinite, Legion‘s creative director Clint Hocking went into detail on the game’s non-lethal weapons. Most interestingly, he admitted that he “actually [doesn’t] know” if the title can be finished non-lethally:

“I’m not going to say it was a goal for us to say that players can beat the game without killing anyone –maybe you can, I actually don’t know. It’s not a goal for us; the goal was to make sure we have robust non-lethal options for players.”

Other information was revealed during the interview, including the admission that roughly half of the game’s weapons will be non-lethal. For the game to feature such a strong non-lethal system, then the fact a pacifist playthrough is impossible seems odd.

Watch Dogs Legion releases March 6 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Yesterday, news broke that the game’s map may be larger than Grand Theft Auto V‘s.

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Will Show Unexplored Stories of Secondary Characters

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The luminary creator of the Dragon Ball manga, Akira Toriyama, shared new information about the upcoming action RPG, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.

Via the Bandai Namco Twitter account, Toriyama revealed that Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will depict the backstories of several secondary protagonists. This means that the game will diverge from the story of the manga and give greater insight into Dragon Ball‘s many supporting characters. While a plethora of games depict the events of the Dragon Ball franchise, only a few of them meaningfully expand upon the story’s events, characters, and world.

Toriyama describes Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot as a “fresh new take on the franchise.” Even though Toriyama rarely contributes to Dragon Ball games, he did create much of the lore in the now-defunct MMO Dragon Ball Online, which heavily influenced the story of the Dragon Ball Xenoverse games. While not much information is available about Kakarot and Toriyama’s involvement at this time, the title does have an early 2020 release date and a fishing mechanic.

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